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Three-Coat vs. Two-Coat Paint Systems for Buildings

Three-Coat vs. Two-Coat Paint Systems for Buildings

Posted: April 16, 2021 | Project Management

More is better right?  For many architects and building owners, the decision of three-coat vs. two-coat paint systems certainly isn’t black and white. As the name implies, one system has three layers of coating (or film), and the other consists of two coating layers.

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Building Stronger GC-Sub Relationships

Building Stronger GC-Sub Relationships

Posted: April 2, 2021 | Project Management

The impact of COVID-19 on construction is far-reaching and will likely continue well into 2021. With many construction projects that were in the design phase during the start of the pandemic being delayed or put on hold, the full impact of the pandemic on the construction industry is still unknown.

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Verifying the Quality of Your Roof Investment

Verifying the Quality of Your Roof Investment

Posted: March 12, 2021 | Project Management

After months of research, careful selection and completion of the bidding process, the purchase order for your new roof system has finally been issued. Now a simple question comes to your mind: “How can I be certain the materials being delivered are equal to what was specified?”

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How to Make Indoor Air Safer in a Pandemic

How to Make Indoor Air Safer in a Pandemic

Posted: December 28, 2020 | Project Management

With the onslaught of winter and human habitation moving indoors, pandemic worries shift to how we can help provide clean indoor air in buildings to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Designing Historical Renovations

Designing Historical Renovations

Posted: December 28, 2020 | Project Management

Dohn LaBiche, Founder of LaBiche Architectural Group, Inc., brings a talent, energy, and passion in his work to repurpose older historical buildings and make them active participants in a vibrant modern community — essentially repurposing their history to a new demographic of participants. This takes a special skill as an architect, as it is often showcasing the work of the previous architect and requires some restraint so as to not overpower the past creation, but rather to work with it and enhance it. The LaBiche Architectural Group, Inc. doesn’t just design historical restoration work, one of Dohn’s contributions as an architect is showcased in the stunning remodel of the 5 Under Golf Center, the featured article of January/February issue, seen on page 9.

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